2022 Lunar New Year Celebration - Year of the Tiger
The Lunar New Year is the most important holiday of the year for many Asian families. Lunar New Year, commonly known as Chinese New Year, is an official holiday in many countries including China, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Malaysia, Singapore, and Vietnam.
The Lunar New Year begins on Tuesday, February 1, 2022. Each year is symbolized by an animal of the Chinese Zodiac. This year, it's the first sign -- the rat.
Lunar New Year Dining in Bellevue
Chinese New Year is another season to celebrate and what better way to bring in the Year of the Tiger than to gather family and friends and feast! Here are some of Bellevue's favorite Asian and Chinese restaurants to celebrate with your family and friends in true Chinese style.
Peony Kitchen | 425-502-7652
Monsoon East | 425-635-1112
Wild Ginger | 425-495-8889
Din Tai Fung | 425-698-1095
Boiling Point | 425-455-8375
Dough Zone | 425-454-3333
Facing East | 425-688-2986
King's Chinese Restaurant | 425-378-8009
La Bu La | 425-688-7991
Nuodle | 425-395-9999
PAVO Bellevue | 425-698-1083
The Dolar Shop | 425-390-8888
Shanghai Cafe | 425-603-1689
The Bellevue Collection | January 17 - February 6
From festive décor like lanterns, dragons and colorful lights to Dining District restaurants unveiling traditional dishes and specialties, join The Bellevue Collection as it celebrates Year of the Tiger!
Pick up a Lucky Lunar Scratch Card from January 24 - February 6, 2022 at Guest Services in Bellevue Square's Center Court. Scratch the coin for your good fortune. Each card contains a special dining offer from one of your favorite Asian-inspired restaurants at The Bellevue Collection or the chance to win an $80 Bellevue Collection Gift Card.
With kiddos? Starting January 24, stop by Guest Services in Bellevue Square's Center Court to pick up a Red Envelope and Paper Lantern Kit for the kids to nuild a lantern at home!
Other highlights include:
- Traditional Displays - Throughout Bellevue Square, discover beautiful costumes, cultural artifacts and calligraphy on display provided by Overseas Community Affairs Council, Republic of China (Taiwan) and Wing Luke Museum.
- Pop Spot - Stop by the pop spot in Bellevue Square's Center Court to take a photo in front of our Lunar New Year backdrop.
- Photo Screens - Pose in front of our screens across from Michael Kors on the first level of Bellevue Square for a photo to be taken of you in a Lunar New Year scene.
- and more!
Be sure to tune in to 2022 Year of the Tiger on January 24 for a virtual presentation of a lion dance, performances, crafts and more!
Visit Bellevue Square to see an array of cultural information and décor beginning January 17, 2022.
|photos by jami davis, bellevue collection|